## Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Diameter of Bolt = (Cross Sectional Area of Bolt*(4/pi))^(0.5)
db = (Abolt*(4/pi))^(0.5)
This formula uses 1 Constants, 2 Variables
Constants Used
pi - Archimedes' constant Value Taken As 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288
Variables Used
Diameter of Bolt - (Measured in Meter) - Diameter of Bolt is the distance from the outer thread on one side to the outer thread on the other side. This is called the major diameter and will usually be the proper size of the bolt.
Cross Sectional Area of Bolt - (Measured in Square Meter) - Cross Sectional Area of Bolt refers to the area of a dimensional shape or section that is perpendicular to the axis of bolt.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Cross Sectional Area of Bolt: 4012 Square Millimeter --> 0.004012 Square Meter (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
db = (Abolt*(4/pi))^(0.5) --> (0.004012*(4/pi))^(0.5)
Evaluating ... ...
db = 0.0714719319276978
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.0714719319276978 Meter -->71.4719319276978 Millimeter (Check conversion here)
71.4719319276978 Millimeter <-- Diameter of Bolt
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## Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area Formula

Diameter of Bolt = (Cross Sectional Area of Bolt*(4/pi))^(0.5)
db = (Abolt*(4/pi))^(0.5)

## What is Design Area?

Design area is a term used in engineering and structural design to describe the effective cross-sectional area of a material that is used in the calculation of design strength and other design parameters. The design area may differ from the actual physical area of the material due to various factors such as holes, notches, and other geometric features that can reduce the effective cross-sectional area of the material.In structural design, the design area is typically calculated by subtracting the areas of any holes or notches from the total cross-sectional area of the material. The design area is then used in the calculation of various design parameters such as design strength, bending moment capacity, and shear capacity.

## How to Calculate Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area?

Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area calculator uses Diameter of Bolt = (Cross Sectional Area of Bolt*(4/pi))^(0.5) to calculate the Diameter of Bolt, The Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area formula is defined as the standards specify the sizes, thread types, and other dimensions for bolts and other fasteners based on various design and performance criteria. Diameter of Bolt is denoted by db symbol.

How to calculate Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area, enter Cross Sectional Area of Bolt (Abolt) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area calculation can be explained with given input values -> 71.47193 = (0.004012*(4/pi))^(0.5).

### FAQ

What is Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area?
The Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area formula is defined as the standards specify the sizes, thread types, and other dimensions for bolts and other fasteners based on various design and performance criteria and is represented as db = (Abolt*(4/pi))^(0.5) or Diameter of Bolt = (Cross Sectional Area of Bolt*(4/pi))^(0.5). Cross Sectional Area of Bolt refers to the area of a dimensional shape or section that is perpendicular to the axis of bolt.
How to calculate Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area?
The Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area formula is defined as the standards specify the sizes, thread types, and other dimensions for bolts and other fasteners based on various design and performance criteria is calculated using Diameter of Bolt = (Cross Sectional Area of Bolt*(4/pi))^(0.5). To calculate Diameter of Bolt given Cross Sectional Area, you need Cross Sectional Area of Bolt (Abolt). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Cross Sectional Area of Bolt and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know